The Diary of Anne Frank
"Liu excels with childlike energy and ferocious honesty."
- Broad Street Review, Mark Cofta
"This amazing young woman of Chinese-American heritage, so fully embodies the young adolescent. I was shocked to learn that she has a B.A. from college."
- The Daily Local, Frank Burd
"Liu captures all the vibrancy and spunk of Anne. However, Liu also displays the fears and vulnerability of the child, especially during Anne’s nightmares."
- Delcoculturevultures.com, Christina Perryman
"Liu is excellent as young Anne, boisterously optimistic but deeply frustrated"
- TalkinBroadway.com, Rebecca Rendell
"Liu is a marvelous Anne Frank"
- Phindie, Neal Zoren
"As good as these three performances are, Brittany Anikka Liu who spends the show in a wheel chair, walks away with the show.
This young lady is so natural, authentic, present and alive in every moment of the play, I can imagine Stanislavski watching her performance and asking her after the show. “How did you do that, young lady?”
- NewJersey.com, Thomas Molyneaux
"The best thing about the play is the richness of the Ellen character as written by Rosendorf and acted by Liu"
- NJ Arts, Jay Lustdig
Tranquil: World Premiere
Rapture, Blister Burn
"Liu delivers Avery’s younger-generation perspective with a fresh and bold performance"
- Stage Buddy, Auriane Desombre
"The endearingly vicious Piper (Liu) gives us the most amazing adolescent hysterics, which may remind you either of a bully from your high school or of a president whose name rhymes with “rump”
- Outer-stage, Edmond Malin